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CSU, Chico


Agriculture is and will remain a major industry in the nation as well as in California. There is a steady, continuing supply of professional managerial jobs for well-educated people in agriculture and natural resource management. In response to the quality of our programs and the career opportunities, the number of majors in the College of Agriculture continues to rise.

Individuals enrolled in the College of Agriculture receive theoretical knowledge and practical experience-both very necessary in becoming the future leaders of this important economic sector. Students learn through an integrated approach about the complex set of interrelationships between agriculture, the environment, political and social forces, and other sectors of the economy.

Program Degrees and Certificates

The Agriculture program at Chico State offers the following certificates and degrees:

  • The Bachelor of Science in Agriculture
  • The Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Business
  • The Bachelor of Science in Animal Science
  • The Minor in Agriculture
  • The Minor in Agricultural Business
  • The Minor in Animal Science
  • Pre-Veterinary Program in Animal Science
  • The Certificate in Plant Protection
  • Teaching Credential Program in Agriculture
  • The Master of Science in Agricultural Education
Agriculture Department

Location & Contact Info
Plumas Hall, Room 317

Course Catalog

Department Website